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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 23, 1895
ifflpr's SHip Go's
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Tin: ai.iif.iit, amu:i:w welch
AN II CAHTLi: IN.
The Sunday Fleet Achootiar Ilea-
rlelta lit Ior Foreign Shipping
A BaijiDir Alongehar.
The Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch, Dreir
matter, with a general cargo for Hrewcr it
Company arrived In port tlilt morning.
The bark Albert, Orltllths mniter, 14 darn
Irom San Francisco, with a central cargo lor
Ilnckfcld .k Company came In run yei
The barkentlne S. N. Castle, Hubbard
master, 14 days from San Krancluo ullh
Kcncnil mcrjbandl?e for Irwin A Company
arrived vestenlay iiioriiln.
The Sihooncr Henrietta, Anderson majter,
from VictuiU bouml for Mexico, cupturid
bj the Customs olllclals vcstcrdar.llei along
side tint Amellaat Allen street wharf.
The t'SS ll.iltlmore, Captain Day. U'O d tya
froin Yokohiim.1, enroute to Sin Trnncloco
nrrlteil ill the liarlmr tlil aOiinonn. She
will icinaln ill port about un da .ciijIIu:;.
Thirty per cent relinuranee lind been pnld
on the ntvMiipr Kviuidale which led here
Nov. Mil, for Yokohama and Hongkong and
twciitj per lent premium lor reinsurance on
her mro .' paid the day befoie she was
riported arrlted at Yokohama.
Am bk Andrew Welch, Iliew, from San
Hark Albert, (Irllllths, from San Fran
cisco. Itktnc S N Cattle, Hubbard, from San
Stmr Walmanalo, Calway, from ports on
Stmr Claudlnc, Cameron, from Maul and
U S S llaltlmore, Day, iO dayt from Yoko
Stmr Keauhou, Tliomp.on, for Kauai.
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, for ilreult of
imr Mlkaha'a, llagtund, for ports on
m. i.i'm i:i coHsriitAt'oits.
(Continued jrom ht iiy)
dor. They wtm tiiihfioi gors cuiii
inn down with me. Wo wero
eijjhtetiti days cmning down. Ilnd
coiivoi'Ptitimi v. itli Dr. Undertvo.nl
i i lie fust Sin. day .iftfr v iirnv
fd In r . It w.m nt the Arlington.
1 had become nw.no Unit these
pT-li"" woo umlor survoilliuco
iiml letting quite well acquainted
with Uudeiwt'od who had been
kind to my daughter 1 invited
liim t my room and questioned
him. Ho Muled bo was posted on
tho inovon euls nnd pluns of the
would-bo filibusters! in San Fran
cicco. lie hud no loMlins with
thorn but had been placed in a po
sition by which bo hud lonrned
their pinna He snid hn was will
ing to give information to the
authorities. I siw President Dole
about tlm mutter, and upon
consideration tho Proeidnit
thought it iwlvisttble nut to soo
bin'. I inferred from what he
Fail! that tho San Fr.inrisco
scheme hud fallen through for
wiuit of fiii-dn. Ho stud a syndi
cate of gamblers had ofleied to
put up $50,000. Ho did not olaim
to puisonaliy know the plotters.
He usked mo if 1 knew who
would bo tho proper oflicial to
approach to get into the army.
I referred him to Colonel Mo
Lean They repeatedly Hpnko of
getting omployinent, Shoridan as
an accountant and Undorwocd first
OB a physician and afterwards of
buying u sailing vessel and trad
ing. Undirwood spoke of going
ts Lunui and said lie bad hoard it
was to bo sold. Saul ho could
probably get tho capital to buy it
for the nurpotu of raising sheep
Croi-at xt initiation Underwood
did nut say he wuiitid to tee the
I'i evident for tho purpose of giv
ing him information concerning
the San Francisco plot. They
had tho stmo stateroom and
seemed to be companions from
their cnvHMition and bearing.
J um:i i tj.m d ii'mi'Ht iniuuxliiito y
after my arriv.il Unit these tuoii
wcio uinhr sureillanc).
1). Mackcnzui testified that tho
defotidantb engaged two soimrato
rium at his residence on Alakia
slicot after tho arrival of the 5?.
G. AVildii. There w.irinuoociipird
room butneuu the rooms they hud.
Four ot them cuiiio together from
the vessel anil thtiy nil seemed to
bo acquainted 1 know both de
fendants worn looking for work
and tried to get work for thorn.
UndiTWood got employment nt
Cold Storage works as a mnoliinipt.
TliisciuUd tbo carta for tho pro
secution. Attorney ItobcrlHon Htibmitted
that u i evidence of u (M)uupirncy
betweoii the defendant" had been
produced and argued at length on
tho motion to d stnisH,
At Iho ei uoli'rtioii of the argil-
intuit if .Mr. H'iIh rtsuii tho (Joint i
took tho motion for dis-uissal I
uniUif advi-eiiient until toumiruw. I
o. l. wmiTr, rrcs. s. n. hose, see.
Cnpt. J. A. KING, PortSnpl.
Will leave Honolulu at !! r. i1( touching at
Lahaina, Miialaea Hoy nnd Mnkeun tho
samo day; Mahv.Vonft, Kawnlhno and Lau
tuihocjioe U,e following day, nrriviug nt
llilo tlto tmrno evening.
LKAVKS IIONOI.EIU. ARBtVEB HONOLULU.
I Tuesday Deo.
Friday Jnn . . ,
'I nosdy Jan.
Friday Feb .. ,
I riday I eb . .
Tuesday Die III
Friday Jan 10
Tuesday Jan 21
Friday Jan .'11 ;
Ttti'Mliiy Fob 11
lrlilay Feb '21
. .. 7
. . .2S
Htturnltii', will lenvo llilo nt 1 o'clock
r. M., toncliinr nt I-aupuli'ii'lioo, Mnlm
konn nuil Kawailiue u a day; Mnkvnn,
Mnnlaoa ll.iy nail I.'ihaina tho following
day; mritiiig nt Honolulu tho nfteraooiiH
of Hiesihiy and Fridnyn.
JjyKo Frciglit will bo received after
12 noon on day of nailing.
Will lenvo Honolulu Tuesday nt Or. M.,
touching at Kaliului, llnna, llnuioii nud
Kipiiliulu, Mntii. Iteturniiig arrives nt
Honolulu Sunday inoriiings.
Will call nt 2uu, Knupo, on secoud trip
of each month.
E?Xo Freight will bo received nfter
v. m, on day of Baiting.
Thin Company will reserves tho right to
make changes in tho time of departure, and
arrival of its steaimus without notice nud
it will ant bo responsible for any conse
quences iiiising theiefioin.
Consignees must be nt tho Landings to
reeiivo their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible, for freight nfter
it has been lauded.
Lito Stock only nt owner's risk.
This Company will not ho responsible
for Money or Valuables of pnsseugera
tui'i -N placed in the caie of l'urseis.
l'a--eiig'ls aie ri quested to purchnso
tickets licfoiu ombai king. Tho-.o failing to
do so will bo subject to nu additional
charge of twenty-tiro per ceut.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
Jan. 3, 1S90 Jan.O, 1800
Jan. 27, 18!)(! Feb. 1, 1890
Feb. 21, 1890 Feb. 20, 1890
from Han Fnuicisco
From Sydney for
Alameda, Jin, 10, '90 1 Mariposa, Jan.O,'!
MsriiHwa. Feb.i:!, '110 Monowai, Feb.0, 1
J. : T. : Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE
"Will bo open this ovoning, nnd
every evening until
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My S10.00 llatU Tubs, lined with best
nudity, No. 10 zinc, (i in. Pipe, Chain nud
l'luf, with wood lim nil complete. Othel
dealers ulu diiuifounduil, Mid lesort to ull
maimer of Tucks and Fxcuscs.
llj not deceived, tht-so Hath Tubs hnvo
been bold for $11 uutil I loduccd tho prlco.
I am prepsied to do all work in my lino
and guuraut 0 satistuctiou. Kstimates fur
nished. If you wont a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telephone 844, mid I aia your
JAS. NOTT Ju,
177-tf Tmsuiith .t I'luuibcr
noxi to LucaM' Mill
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
uceiii! Steamship Co.
Steamers of tho above) Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between "Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. Wu b1 calling at Vietoria, B. O.,
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
AEE 3DTJE JiJT 23:030XiTT3LiXr
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney nuil Suvn, for Victoria nml
Vnncnuvor. II. C.t
tf IIATI-VI1I l Vulwimrv
" "WAllltlMOO" March 3
Tlirou'li TlH'ts IssikmI from Hiiiiolulu to CuiukIii,
Un Kid Stnli'H nml Uuropo.
FiinioiiT and l-Assn-vonii aohnts: I C5T For Freight and Pnnsngo and all
1 floneral Information, apply to
D. jrcNtcoLt,, Montreal, Canada. 1 .... .,,
KotiKitT Kr.iui, Winnipeg, Canada. THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
M. M. Stkiin, San Frnncii-co, Cal. 1 ...,,, .. T 1 1
O. Mclj. Baowx, Vancouver, 15. 0. ' Agenls for thoHawanimTfilaniK
Oceanic Steamsliip Co.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco:
Tho New nnd Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo ilno at Honolulu from Sydney nud
Auckland on or about
January 9, 1896,
And will lenvo for tho abovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and flucklard:
Tho New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamshin Company will
bo due nt Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above ports.
Tho undersigned nro now prepared
TliroiiKh Tickets to All I'oints
in tho United States.
CFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
l-tf General Agents.
0. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED,
Queen street, Honolulu, II. I.
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Onomea Sugar
Company, llunomu Sugar Company, Wailuku
Sugar Compati), Walhee Sugar Company, Makcc
Sugar Compaii), Halcakala Ranch Company, Ka'
papaia Kancn riatucrs Line an rrancisco
1'ackcts. Chas. Ilrcucr tk Co.'s Line of lJoslon
racket8.--AKeiits rioston lloard of Undent rltccs,
AkciiIi riiilauclplila liuaril ol undcru rltcrn.
LIST OK officers:
P C Jones, President; George II Robertson,
Manager; E F llisliop, Treasurer nnd Sec
retory; Col. W FAllen, Auditor; CM Cooke,
II A ttterhouse, A W Curler, Directom.
MBWYeurlcB? , . .
KAPIOLANI -:- PARK
January 1, 1E3BE,
1st Uici ci.e Haci-jKO Hall Tropliy. Fire
2d Iiicvt-LK Hack; Ono-half milo Juvenile
Open to all non-winners under 10
3d Diuvclk Kace; Prize not decided. Ar
rangement to boniado later.
4th--ltu.N.MNu IUck; Prize $100 Purso.
Onc-huU niilu unil ve; cut. Weight
Oth-TnoTNsa Hack; Prize S100 I'urae, 3
niimito cIabh; inllo heats, boat 2 in .'I.
For Iliiwiiiiuu bred Iioihch.
Otli-TltiiTTlMi Hack; l'rio $100 1'uri.o.
2:0 clusHj 1 milo htuth, bent 2 in 3,
1'reo for nil
7tll--U.SK Mll.l. KoVF.l.TV IlCNNIN'U ItACEj
l'rio SIIHI. Pile fur ull. TirHt horho
reucliing the (pnirtur to rou-ivo$2.F
firnt homu reucliing the hall to re
ceive $25. FirKt liorso reaching the
tlirre-ipiartcr to receive $25. Flint
horte reaching honiu to rcceiyo $25.
Thin race will bo of Hpeciul iutereut ri it
will allow admittauce of both long and abort
Enlranc fee to Irottlug and runuiug
raw to lie ten (10) per omit of the amonut
of llio mraa.
All Irotling and paaing x are to be
gOTtinrd Iir Ilia lUwail.n Joe in Club
rnUt. llntrifft to cloxa on Dt-oeiulmr loth.
0T" l'nr furtlier iiifiiriiiallou adilrmii
. (. IUii 477, Uaanuxr,
I From Vlctorln nml Vitncnmrr, II. O., o
"" "" """
I "WAHHIMOO" Januarv 24
" "MIOWF.ItA" loliriiiiry :
" "MIOWKIIA" loiiriinr,
" 'WAltltl JIOO" Marc
Occiflental & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG
Steamers of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on thoir wny to the
abovo ports on or nbout tho following
Stmr City of Peking Dec. 28, 1805
For 0AN FKANC1SC0:
Steamers of tho nbovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho above
port on or nbout tho following dates:
..Tan. Ifi, 1800
.Feb. 24, 189(5
Rales if Passage 2re as follows:
TO VOKO- TO noNO
Cabin S1C0.00 817C.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
mouths 225.00 2G2.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 2G2.50 310.25
European Steerngo.... 85.00 100.00
CSTFasfcougora paying full fnro will bo
allowed 10 percent oil' return faro if re
turning within twelvo months.
ISyFor Freight and Passago apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Miss D. Lamb.
LAWYERS' CLERK AND
Offlco: With J. A. Mngoou. 14C-tf
A. S. Humphreys.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
In office of J. A. Mngoon, old Capitol Ilnllil-
ing, next l'ostotllco, Honolulu.
ATLAS --.-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. 8chmcdt & Sons,
1 18-tf Agouti for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
laprcpnicd to furnlHh
4000 Tons -:-
-: Cane Fertilizer
to order for 1800.
ALL GOOD SOLI) TO A OUAHANTLEU
FOltUULA. OH ANALYijIB.
Soluble and Available 1'lionpliorlc Acid,
dulplmte ot Ammonia,
Nitrate of Boda,
Salphate of l'otaeli,
Coral I.lroe Btona,
Phuipbate and Flili Onano,
In Quantities to Suit.
Order aollclleil for a futare do.
A P. COOKE,
Toys! Toys! Toys!
At Reduced. Prices,
, Monday, Dec. 16tli.
It is tlio only ono in town and wo Move Pianos with
it. Wo move them safer, quicker and Cheaper than
any one else. Wo will also move your furniture and
baggage of whatever description. Trunks to any
part of city 25 cents, smaller packages 10 cents.
C. E. WILLIAMS & SON,
Gil, Ring Strcot,
Of Tobacco and' Cigars. Tipcs and
I" Just received a choico lot
TO ALL "WHO USE PAINT:
The undersigned, L. 0. Abies and H. V. Walton, purchased from Charles J. Waguor,
tho inventor of Peerless 1'rescrrliiB I'ulnt, thoexclnshe right to iimnnfactiire, use
and soil tho I'kkklus 1'iikseiivinu Taint in tho llawaiiaa Islands.
Patont for Peerless Preserving Paint.
On tho 20th day of September, 1805, the Hepublio of Hawaii granted to L. 0. Abies
and It. 1 Walton, a patent No. 110, grunting thoin tho exclusive right to make, use and
vend I'kkulkbs 1'iilskjivino 1'aint throughout tho Hawaiian Islands.
Trade Mark for Peerless Preserving Paint.
Tho Hepublio of Hawaii has alito granted to L. O. Abies and II. P. Walton the exclu
sive ubo of tho words Pkkiilmm l'nmuiviNa 1'aint as a trado mark throughout the He
publio of Hawaii for the term of W years.
Certain parties in San Franoisco have recently been tending to Honolulu under tbo
nanio of 1'ihblbm Frhixviio Paui a spurioms. artlele not only inferior to tho genin
paint, but om which ia poallivaly injarioua to any makl to hih it may U applied.
D.WIN of TmiucI.
Wa karaby warn all parnns against being dafrandtd into uaiag nay but the oraniB
Pmuliw l'Bjaiiitvio l'AWT, which can h obtointd only of Ablea and Walton.
Warning AgulnM InrMnaat.
1T ako Ueraby warn all peraona aRainit buying, wiling or using any artieU under
tha name of reerlen l'remlr Palut, axcept thai sold by us, as auth bnyiug, ashing
or Ubinu will lie a direct lufrlngf mint of oar patent and Irada mark, and a violarioa ol
our righU, subjecting the peiwms buying, aelliiig or ssiug such paint to a claim for
daiaugcs by us ia uceordanco with Uia lluwaiiau Luw.
L. 0. ABLK8,
II. P. WALTON.
HonoWls, Oct. 10, 1BW,
mm uif m
1B I'OllT STnEET.
En. A. Williams, Manager.
Tolophooe 170. H5-tf
'." !Hi IS FIly
HOLLISTER & CO
Cor. I'orl audllllerrliant M.
from the Factoriesin
MEXICO, and HAVANA'
of Smokers' articles suitnblo for